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Central Pa. snow causes Centre County school delays, cancellations

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Snow caused hazardous driving conditions Tuesday in central Pennsylvania. Local school districts canceled classes for the day.
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Snow caused hazardous driving conditions Tuesday in central Pennsylvania. Local school districts canceled classes for the day.

Snow blanketing Centre County overnight caused early morning calls from school districts.

Bald Eagle, Bellefonte, Penns Valley, Philipsburg-Osceola and State College all called for two-hour delays before 6 a.m. and converted to cancellations by 8 a.m.

Other schools, like Grace Prep, Our Lady of Victory Catholic School, St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy and Young Scholars of Central Pennsylvania Charter School, followed suit.

Cancellations aren’t just for kids. South Hills School of Business and Technology closed both State College and Altoona campuses, and Penn State Altoona is also waiting two hours to start classes.

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